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Why are some of the Stunts in The Expanse RPG labelled 'Core'?

Core stunts are simply the suggested stunts for each list. The tag has no mechanical effect. This blog post on the publisher's site clarifies that. Every stunt list has labeled Core Stunts. These ...
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Can a player use Fortune to reduce a dice roll?

On page 17 of the rulebook it says (my emphasis): Fortune is used for a number of things, some described later in this book. For the purpose of tests, Fortune is important because you can spend ...
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What'd be the Fate/Fudge equivalent of the stunt mechanics from AGE System?

Boosts. The odds don't entirely line up, of course, but if you wanted something that occasionally happens on a Fate roll, boosts are right there for you, often on a success with style, sometimes on a ...
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How can I calculate expected Stunt Points per attack when FIRST dropping a d6?

Here's a tweaked version of the function from my earlier answer that should work for any number (≥ 2) of ordinary dice, with the player choosing two of them: ...
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How do I hide my NPC rolls from players?

According to the AGE system module wiki, you simply have to hold Shift when triggering the roll in order to make it private. It also seems, counterintuitively, that disabling the Hide Private Rolls ...
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How do I hide my NPC rolls from players?

I'm not a Foundry user, so maybe I'm missing some context where Foundry automatically does things based on your rolls or something, but when I'm running an online game and want to roll something "...
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How do I hide my NPC rolls from players?

I have seen this question on Reddit, they proposed this solution: Install the Actually Private Rolls package. And then do this. FYI, if you want to fix it temporary, you can edit the JS manually. ...
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What's the target number when you don't have a relevant focus?

The rules don't say, so the GM decides As you pointed out, a tangential focus explicitly adds +2 to the TN (if an ability check is required). Additionally, if you don't have a primary or tangential ...
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What'd be the Fate/Fudge equivalent of the stunt mechanics from AGE System?

Since you explicitly state in the comments above that you don't feel you can "separate the gameplay experience from its mechanic" and that you expect to get "answers from different backgrounds", let ...
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